Whats the best barber in london for a flattop ?
in need of a good flattop in January
- Adam BLv 41 decade agoFavourite answer
AVOID the one SIMON COWELL goes to!!!
Hacks in Kent (If not too far) specialise in Flat Top http://www.haksbarbers.com/services.php
A couple of other London Barbers with reviews I found...
Peter's Men's Hairdressers
26, Bedfordbury London WC2M 4BJ
Phone: (0171) 379 1142
Bedfordbury is just off St Martin's Lane, between Leicester Square and Covent Garden (about midway between these two underground railway stations on the Piccadilly line). Peter's is a traditional barber shop, now owned and operated by George, Panos, Andy and Niko - the three sons and son-in-law of Peter, the original owner who retired a few years ago but who still goes in occasionally. The barbers are all youngish, very friendly and have a large regular youngish clientele many of whom work in the theatres in the area (this is the heart of 'theatreland'). They are good at cutting all styles, but I think of them mainly as short clipper cut specialists (you won't get a better flattop h&t, crewcut etc anywhere else in London). Opening hours are 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday through Saturday. No appointments - just wait in a short line - though if you want to call ahead and say you'll be in just after 6.00pm one of them will usually stay behind for you.
Paul's Men's Hairdressers
34 Shorts Gardens, Covent Garden, London, England
I recommend Paul's Men's Hairdressers, located at 34 Shorts Gardens, Covent Garden, London. From the Covent Garden tube station walk up Neal Street, away from Covent Garden to Shorts Garden, go right, and its on the right. Paul's is a two man operation, and both guys are about 30. Paul wears his hair in a French Crop while the other barber has his hair cut longer. The place is covered with old movie posters and Paul is well versed in both cinema and haircutting. Paul does French Crops, Flattops, Crewcuts and basic short haircuts. Theres a sign in the window that this is what he specializes in. He charges around 10 pounds, or about $17. Paul also sells wax for your flattop or Crop. I would highly recommend him.
Hope that helps.
- 4 years ago
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- 3 years ago
Usually, that is too long for me. I consider it depends on the guy and his face though. Certain guys may pull off long hair and other folks can't.
- ?Lv 43 years ago
long hair all the way! i just posted a question concerning my hair also. i thought concerning getting it trimmed but everyone is actually telling me no